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Advance care planning is a juggling processAt our recent POLST training in San Diego, a participant compared the process of advance care planning to a juggling act!
I agree.

Advance Care Planning is not a “one and done” process… It is an ongoing conversation between a person, their loved ones and a healthcare provider as life milestones and health conditions change over a period of time.

ACP is more complex than a series of check boxes on a form. That’s why we started a conference call community where you can be inspired by successful ACP efforts and share ideas about what is working to improve conversations and processes in both healthcare and community settings.

It’s your time to shine!

The Coalition for Compassionate Care of California hosts these calls, and we want you to be involved in the discussion! During the call, you can:

  • Participate in discussions through your phone
  • Answer real time web polls
  • Engage in the chat box from your computer

Sign up today–it’s free

Pick the call that is most relevant to your interests (and yes, you can register for both).

2nd Tuesdays:
Implementing Advance Care Planning in Healthcare Settings

This is a monthly call for people who are working on making advance care planning a normal part of the healthcare delivery system. Calls recur on the second Tuesday of each month, from Noon to 1 p.m.
Click here to sign up for this call

3rd Tuesdays:
Engaging Your Community in Advance Care Planning

This is a monthly conference call for people who are passionate about engaging the public in advance care planning. Calls will recur every third Tuesday of each month, from Noon to 1 p.m.
Click here to sign up for this call

I hope you will join California’s advance care planning movement. Let’s talk!

Judy Thomas, JDJudy Thomas, JD, is the CEO of the Coalition for Compassionate Care of California, and an attorney who has worked in healthcare for more than 20 years.

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